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driver's licenses in illinois >> joined by legislators community leaders and public safety advocates...governor pat quinn signed into law a bill that will help ensure every illinois motorist, including the 250,000 illegal immigrant motorist be properly licensed to drive. quinn, an early supporter of the bill says unlicensed drivers present a serious, but preventable safety risk to all illinois drivers. 'theres a passage in scripture if you save one life you save the world. and thats why were here today -coming together to save lives .' according to the illinois highway safety coalition unlicensed, uninsured drivers are involved in almost 80,000 accidents in illinois each year resulting in $660 million in damage. illinois senate president john cullerton, the chief senate sponser of the bill said bi- partisan cooperation helped get this historic legislation passed. 'if we can do this with this bill, we can do this with other bills...coming together 'what illinois does in signing this bill is take a monumental step in recognizing the needs of many hardworking immmagrants already li
of more than $2,000 a year. that's not only in illinois and california, but across the nation. so we had to come together and protect those families, and that was the starting point for the president's position on this issue and the starting point for the democrats. we passed six months ago in this chamber a measure which would have protected these families. we sent it to the house. they never called it. and we had to renew our efforts last night and successfully we were able to achieve that by the end of the evening. we had to bargain as usual, and the political atmosphere, and had to raise the exemption from $250,000 of family income to $450,000 of family income. but in so doing, we have protected working families from this tax increase which otherwise would have taken place. these families need the resources to not only meet the bills that they face each month but to try to save a little bit for the future for their families and for some of their own dreams about a better life. so that was the important first step in this package that was passed early this morning. the other thing tha
of the state of illinois received seven votes for president and joseph biden received seven votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the state of delaware seems to be regular and authentic. it appears that barack obama received three votes for president and joseph biden received three votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the state of the district of columbia seems to be regular and authentic. it appears that barack obama received three votes for president and joseph biden received three votes for vice president. >> mr. president, certificate of the state of florida seems to be regular and authentic. it appears that barack obama received 29 votes for president and joseph biden received 29 votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the electoral vote of georgia seems to be regular and authentic. it appears that mitt romney received 16 votes for vice president and paul ryan received 16 votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the state of hawaii seems to be regular and authentic. it appears that barack o
. >> today was the kickoff event for the illinois first robotics competition. participants found out what their challenge will be as they prepare for the midwest regional championship in april. each year students compete to create a robot that can play a game or a sport. they picked up supplies at the illinois university of technology this morning. it's all intended to motivate students to pursue careers in science, technology, and math. >>> would you imagine that one fish could be sold for close that $2 million? >> the big fish? well, it happened in japan. the big ticket bluefin tuna weighed just under 490 pounds. it was bought by the head of a popular sushi chain in japan for a record price of $1.76 million. the owner says the fish is big enough to make 10000 pieces of sushi. but just to break even he'd have to charge $176 dollars a plate. it's a story the conservationists probably don't like. they believe the bluefin is in jeopardy. >> they know that because of the scales? >> you can get puns in on saturday? >>> the illiniy looking for first bi
illinois puede convertirse en el tercer estado del paÍs, en a po bar licencias de manejo para inmigrantes indocumentados. la medida recibiÓ visto bueno en el senado. y como nos muestra vivÍan avila de chicago jÓvenes soÑadores trabajan duros para lograr que los votos que faltan lleguen. >>> este grupo de jÓvenes indocumentados presionan con llamadas telefÓnicas, a legisladores de illinois para votar a favor de las licencias de conducir por 250 mil inmigrantes indocumentados que viven en el estado aseguran que tendrÁn su licencia por el proceso de acciÓn diferida, deben ayudar a toda su familia. >>> para mÍ personalmente si mi papÁ maneja sin licencia los a rren taso y deportan va a destruir a toda la familia este inmigrante guatemalteco reside hace 7 aÑos en illinois y sin una licencia, es mÁs difÍcil progresar. >>> absolutamente falta de oportunidad para otros trabajos. mÁs sustento llevar a la familia rc mÁs dinero. y la capacidad de tener mÁs oportunidad de transportarse en esta ciudad. el proyecto de licencias de conducir en illinois. a finales del 2012 se librara una
un incendio en una discoteca. >> llegó el día que esperaban miles de indocumentados en illinois hoy el gobernador del estado firmó la ley para que ellos tengan licencia de conducir. >> tenemos la lucha de una abuela mexicana. >> atención a la hora de pagar con tarjeta de crédito, podrían pagar con intereses que no están en su presupuesto, vamos con la información. >> este es su noticiero univisión fin de semana, con félix de bedout. >> buenas noches y bienvenidos al noticiero univisión de fin de semana, un verdadero infierno provocado por bengalas, dejó 232 muertos y esta es la mayor tragedia provocada desde el año 1961. >> lo lo que había comenzado con un espectáculo de pirotecnica, las llamas quemaron el lugar y provocaron el estallido, una vez adentro tuvieron que luchar con el humo, las autoridades dicen que las víctimas murieron aplastadas y asfixiadas, los cuerpos fueron trasladados al esta doctora dice que está apestado de heridos afuera lleno de familiares para saber de la suerte de los sobrevivientes. >> la presidenta explicó la tristeza y solidaridad y s
tax illinois, he owes even more to the state. maybe he should do a mickelson and move. yes, the tax refugee story will not go away. news this morning, that france's richest man is leaving and taking his wealth with him. arno is doing a depardu. t the wall street journal calculates tiger woods saved 100 million dollars over the years he moved to no tax florida. back to that one-shot $75,000 winner he lives in illinois which has just been downgraded. even though the state income tax has gone through the roof and chicago is concerning lifting, shifting its retiree health costs on to you, the federal taxpayer. can you say obama bailout? yes, we can. "varney & company" is about to begin. houting ] ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] [ male announcer ] time and sales data. split-second stats. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ it's so close to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ] ...you'll bust your brain box. ♪ all onhinkorswim from td ameritrade. ♪ >> we have for a long time on the program and now the all-time high for the dow is in sight. clear sight. the record is 14,163.
down a few weeks ago said that illinois cannot be his allies state that refuses to recognize the second amendment right to bear arms. and it is okay to have a licensing process to make people go through a background check, safety training, but illinois cannot continue under the system where people are forbidden to carry guns in public for protection unless you are in some special category like a security guard or alderman. alderman can carry guns anywhere they want, but ordinary citizens cannot. >> politics is a dangerous business it. lou: particularly in cook county in the state of illinois. you remember an investigation for criminal charges. quite a different place when it comes to ethics and public service. but to the point, we are right now watching an administration sellout on the area that they're going to do something about control. is starting to sound like the republicans are saying, do what you will. we will talk about matters that we consider much more important, and were going to have this debate when we choose, not the way you play in your game of urgency and emergency deci
, for the north side between illinois and 23rd street we had one $.5 million proposed for that improvement. >> okay and so most of those project are in the design phase? >>> none the projects from the 2012 are in the design phase but we have done conceptual bureau of landscape architects hands and detail design phase and work and go out to bid in the spring, i believe. >> so when will we have a concept of what is going to be there? >>> we have it today. >> oh, do we >>> for the bay view gateway. >> or for the 2012? >>> whatever we are going to whatever. >> we have for bay view gateway and toll larry park and gateway we have the concept and i can show then to you here right now if you would like >>> okay. >> so this is the concept for the bay view gateway and again it's location is between third street and illinois street and car go way the concept includes removing a dilapidated whof along the shore line's edge and taking what is currently today just an entirely paved area and creating some landscape areas which are identified in green with the trees creating a pathwa
he goes on patrols frequently and this was not his first arrest. illinois' second largest city of aurora didn't have a single homicide at all last year. legalizing same-sex marriage in illinois in the state senate was held up by procedural vote tonight. the bill's sponsor says it to same- sex marriage supporters plan to take up the issue tomorrow morning. meanwhile the nasdaq climbed almost 93 points. going over the fiscal cliff may have been diverted but there is a got you in all of this. single people earning more than $400,000 a year. the little light workers didn't fill the impact on state income taxes two years ago as the payroll tax was reduced for a median household income they might be saving 5000 maybe $10,000 a year. the federal payroll tax increase will take about $1,000 a year away and $2,000 for someone earning $100,000 a year. the fiscal cliff debate got personal and on at least one occasion house speaker john boener pointed at senate majority leader harry reid outside the white house and told him to go blank himself, he repeated the phrase when read asked him to
in illinois, really? define poverty for me and why illinois. and there are two big money stories in sports, lance armstrong and manti te'o, millions of dollars at stake, millions of dollars that could be lost. and fox and friends host brian kilmeade will join the company. it's friday morning and i've got seven early movers for you, big names, is apple losing its cool. keep asking the question and that's what we'll talk about today again. shares down 6% this year, a short year so far and back below 500, 499 right now. at&t will take a fourth quarter charge of about 10 billion dollars. and making expected pension obligations there. american express, fourth quarter profit down, big expenses there, down a buck. better than expected profit at the indian outsources company, but the outlook disappoints and you balance it out and the stock is down big. another door stopper, intel, moving lower on a weak outlook, now, that's sharply lower. 6% is a big drop there. and the fda approves the first patch for migraines, made by new path, i think that's how you pronounce it, new path. that's a big deal fo
illinois will have to spend because of a lowered bond rating. and later, the f-d-a looks into putting more restrictions on a popular and powerful painkiller. break a febreze experiment. to prove febreze can keep this car fresh, we loaded it with fast food, sweaty hockey gear and a smelly dog cage. and parked it at a mall. in texas. for two days. then put a febreze car vent clip on the dash and let in real people. it smells good. like laundry fresh out of like the dryer. yeah. a man fresh out of the shower. nailed it. oh yeah. proof. febreze car vent clips keep your car fresh. another way febreze helps you breathe happy. [ snoring ] [ male announcer ] zzzquil sleep-aid. [ snoring ] [ snoring ] [ male announcer ] it's not for colds. it's not for pain. it's just for sleep. [ snoring ] [ male announcer ] because sleep is a beautiful thing. [ birds chirping ] zzzquil -- the non-habit forming sleep-aid from the makers of nyquil. have you tried this yet? save on zzzquil and other innovative products with the january 27
for your investment. a battle in illinois going down to the wire as the pension crisis threatens the entire state economy. the latest from chicago coming up. ♪ [ male announcer ] at scottrade, we believe the more you know, the better you trade. so we have ongoing webinars and interactive learning, plus, in-branch seminars at over 500 locations, where our dedicated support teams help you know more so your money can do more. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. our teams have the information you want when you need it. it's anothereason more investors are saying... [ all ] i'm with scottrade. gerri: pension battles heating up across the nation as ballooning costs continue to crush state budgets. nowhere is this more acute than the state of illinois. a massive deficit reaching 96 billion, and state legislators are not doing a damn thing about it. is there any hope for the new year? ceo of the illinois policy center joining me now. thank you for being with us tonight. how bad is it an illinois? just how bad is it? >> worst in the country. $96 billion, the normal dis
illinois and his breakout at the national convention. when we from today he will be sworn in for his second term as president of these united states. we're glad you joined us on the 10th anniversary of this program, a look back at our conversations with barack obama coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminate hunger, walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> barack obama was a little- known state senator from an aillinois. the third african-american in the u.s. senate. i spoke to him after his great victory in illinois at a time when most people knew him as a skinny kid with a funny name from the south side of chicago. the phrase you have been accustomed to using, the skinny kid with a funny name from the south side of chicago. beyond that issue, how did you get beyond getting beyonpeople o vote for a guy whose
is reportedly located between her brain but there are no neurological symptoms. illinois senator mark kirk has a special villiers' resolution to walk up the capitol steps on his own as he returns to work thursday when he gets there he will get a special welcome from vice president joe biden. he duster climbing practice last month when he climbed 37 flights and based charity at a charity event. from the reelection of president obama to rod blagojevich reporting to present its been a busy year in chicago news, a look back at the many big stories of 2012. and some of the new laws that go into effect when the clock strikes midnight. if you are watching us its new year's eve a look at how the rest of chicago is ringing in the new year. >> they know how to do new year's eve fireworks in hong kong a fantastic display as they bring in 2013 in the far east. the skyline lighting up certainly one of the biggest plays seen all around the world tonight. the countdown followed by a spectacular fireworks show. the celebration in dubai. fireworks shooting up 2,717 ft., that is 1,000 ft. taller than the wil
, justice, looks like we might have gay marriage in illinois. we're going to bring you the person that is making that happen. >> we all know people who are truly loving people and their sexual persuasions, but here's what's at issue is changing the nature of marriage. if it's just a civil right the state can change it. this is a natural right. >> cenk: that's the guy, of course trying to prevent it, but he's about to lose. go time. [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> cenk: it's the "young turks." ana kasparian later in the show we'll have the rest of the crew. everybody's here. now, amazing story for you guys. michael hastings has a new book coming out "panic 2012" the story of obama's final campaign. it goes through lot in the book but one of the interesting parts is his confrontation with rahm emanuel. he had been listening to a speech that rahm emanuel gave and ramm said this is off the record, this is off the record, as you're about to see. then they had a significant confrontation. that let's watch the first part of this, a recording that has not been aired anywhere else before. >> cenk: so
and for commuting his game receiving worldwide attention for his 1999 moratorium on executions in illinois and for commuting more than 160 death sentences in 2003. instead, that same year, after leaving the governors office, ryan was dodging cameras endlessly-he found himself in and out of court on racketeering and fraud charges that would scar his reputation, empty his savings, and ruin his retirement years because george ryan wanted a trial. he hired friend and powerhouse defense attorney dan webb to represent him. the 2005 i am absolutely not guilty of those charges. the 2005 trial lasted about 7 months. in that time defendant ryan declined to testify, but more than a hundred witnesses were marched in and out of court to tell their version of the licenses for bribes scandal that plagued illinois. ryans former chief of staff scott fawell took the stand. so did countless others including former republican senator phil gramm. in his testimony, the one-time presidential hopeful referred to ryan as a political prostitute. i am hoping the result is the truth comes out to ... two people who
to recognize the gentleman from illinois mr. enyart. mr. enyart: article 1, section 1, all legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a congress of the united states, which shall consist of a senate and house of representatives. mr. goodlatte: i now yield to the gentleman from michigan, mr. walberg. mr. walberg:section 2, the house of representatives shall be composed of members chosen every second year by the people of the several states, and the electors in each state shall have the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the state legislature. mr. goodlatte: i yield to the gentleman from california, mr. lamalfa. mr. lamalfa:no person shall be a representative who shall not have attained to the age of 25 years and been seven years a citizen of the united states, and who shall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of that state in which he shall be chosen. the actual enumeration shall be made within three years after the first meeting of the congress of the united states and within every subsequent term of 10 years in each manner by law they direct. mr. g
. it was the site of illinois greatest religious drama - the exodus of the mormons. this is the spot where jesus reputedly cried for jerusalem. [ music ] [male voice:] i'm not talking about god or buddha. [ music ] [female voice:] at the end of it, what is it for? for peace. [male voice:] you just discover it within our selves. [dr. simons:] we'll go through 24 classes in which we'll meet real believers from real religious settings and then we've added two new classes, the twenty fifth and the twenty sixth class back in the setting in which we'll discuss issues such as religion and violence, very much on people's minds. religion and science - new ways that science is helping us understand spiritual experience, and, also religion and spirituality. so, the journey together will give you up-to-date version of what's going on with religion. now one thing we'll also do in the class is that you'll develop worldview analysis skills. you can take these with you long after the class is over and apply them to any situation that arises in your own life regarding religion. it could be meeting a neighbor fro
on their crackdown strategy. i know there is a majority within illinois across illinois, the chicago mayor rahm emanuel says there is a groundswell of support and he is leading the push to ban assault weapons and high- capacity magazines with mandatory background checks at gun shows or wherever guns are sold and he is confident that these new efforts can withstand the sort of legal challenges that stymie his predecessor former mayor richard m. daley. i can do certain things in this city we're going to take those steps. this is what we are talking about the weapon was a 9 mm with an extended magazine. across town at a meeting with u.s. senator dick durbin, he shows what gang units confiscated in the 25th district a military use tank gun capable of penetrating an engine block. everybody who owns a firearm should be subject to a background check into this will close the gun show loophole which a lot of people don't understand senator as you well know. straw purchases are a deadly problem he tells senator durban in the group of regional police chiefs, durbin says he wants to hear what the experts
a screening for the illinois state police database for sex offenders child related offenses and once it is determined they are good to go then a photo id patch or sticker will be given to them. this is superintendent of district 157 and he says the background checks will only road out registered sex offenders it will not look at criminal history dui is or even traffic tickets he says it's an extra level of security backed by parents and the school board. after the tragedy in connecticut we decided we would accelerate the process and do it districtwide out one time all other doors are locked visitors can only enter through the front parents spoke with this afternoon say they are in support of the extra security i think it's great i think it's just one more step to get kids safe again the superintendent says he does not support having armed guards at all of his school's if all the sudden we are having to put forth an armed guard it creates an environment that will be very tense for children and it's a great cost he admits this background check is not a foolproof way to keep guns out of
as ballooning costs continue to crush state budgets. nowhere is this more acute than the state of illinois. a massive deficit reaching 96 billion, and state legislators are not doing a damn thing abt it. is there any hope for the new year? ceo of the illinois policy center joining me now. thank you for being with us tonight. how bad is it an illinois? just how bad is it? >> worst in the country. $96 billion, the normal discount rate that people in the private sector use, 200 billion. another 54 billion in unfunded health care benefits for retirees and 9 billion on top of all that in unpaid bills that have been taken on by the vendors to the state of illinois, so it is a big problem 263 billion in total. gerri: worst in the nation, and it is not the biggest state by a long shot. it's not california. governor pat quinn is office had this to say about what will happen in the future. by 2016, the state is on track to spend more on government pensions than on education. how can that be the case? that sounds crazy to me. >> it is amazing. in fact, we are the ones who put up that report and repor
are asking you what the biggest issues are facing your state. we will talk to a reporter in illinois and a little while. in the meantime, let's hear from texas. karen from fort worth. caller: proud of it. i guess my biggest concern is, if we do not stop what is going on in mexico and if we cannot stop what is going on in mexico, we are going to continue to have the problems that we have. that is a very high unemployment rate. they say we have this great employment rate. that is not true. we have some many people getting in the illegally, getting back door amnesty, which i am against. i know there is no race, creed, or origin in this country. but if you are not born here, you should go through the federal law and the state law. my second concern is this. texas is a country. we can feed and take care of a lot of people. the climate for business is exceptional. i think rick perry has done a very good job. did he speak as a silver tongue the devil, know he has not. but he kept us away from a state tax. he is a republican and once better education, and we need better education. can the ho
. >> will illinois become the next state to approve marriage equality? it's now in the hands of lawmakers. what's next in the fight for marriage equality in illinois? joining us now co-sponsor of the bill illinois state representative greg harris. sir, it's great to have you here. you said that you have this on the fast track and that it will pass, so what is the latest on the efforts and how quickly will the people of illinois see this come to fruition through a vote? >> there will be thousands of very happy loving couples across the state of illinois who will be celebrating their weddings very soon. >> it's very interesting to point out that this does have a support across the aisle there in illinois from republicans, the chair of the state's republican party, pat brady, that has written that giving gay and lesbian couples. however, pat brady is really getting some blowback from people on the right. has that tainted his standing on this at all, or something sd that make you fear that there will be a problem getting this through? >> no. i'm just very glad that not only our leading democrats, t
illinois and causes a new credit downgrade. michael reagan has thoughts on that he's live just ahead. the chilling case of a teenager accused of killing his own flesh and blood after watching a horror movie about a boy who murders relatives without remorse. more on that plus the disturbing 911 call. cal >> egypt's president is saying the country could collapse in days. a waive of political violence broke out last tuesday. 60 people are dead. overnight thousands defied a curfew and rioted in the streets. many were chanting sloganses against morrisssi. they are saying he fail to do live up to the pro democracy ideals of the up rising that ousted mubarek. they got rid of one dictator and wound up with nordic tate tore in power. >> there's a new fight over the second amendment and your right to self defense after an essay appears in news week under the headline, hands off your guns. it was written by someone who may surprise you. award winning playwright david mamet. he questions president's owe pigs on guns and every american should have a right to protect their family as the president
, greg -- is have more fun than any other show on cable news. plen of that for you today. in illinois strip clubs now charge $3 a head and the money goes to charity. true story. hollywood celebs put out a psa on gun control. beckel says diet and for size will kill you. we'll explain that one the clowns in d.c. held us hostage for three months over the fiscal cliff. the u.s. house and senate agreed on a plan. after the wrappingalling, horse trading and bab stabbing, what did they come up with? this graph on the left shows the revenue increases. $62 billion. on the right is how much we add to deficit ever year. i call this a fiscal farce. taxes going up. mandatory sequestration wasn't mandatory after all. we've been told another bottle of d.c. snake oil. in the end, president obama got his way, a deal and moments later he boarded air force one and jetted off to hawaii to enjoy the golf, hawaiian ice cream and the body surfing. i open up with you. give you props here. you said it would get resolved. >> bob: where do you think he should go? ubeck stan for his vacation? >> eric: not sure w
. answers. stuart: illinois is going broke. good morning, "varney & company" viewers. illinois halted a bit borrowing operation just one week after being downgraded by s&p. lenders are demanding a heavy price before they lend them any money. hellenic canceled its plan to raise $500 billion. it would cost the state too much interest to borrow the money. illinois has the most underfunded state pension system in the nation. billions of dollars in unpaid bills and it states on. we will have much more on this story in our next hour with chicago's own cara roth. the leadership is now saying that many of the requirements of obamacare will drive up the cost of health insurance for union members. some of those leaders are asking for government subsidies. kind of reminds me of this. >> we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it away from the fog of the controversy. stuart: we are very sorry, we just cannot help ourselves. charles payne and the judge way -- weigh in on that ahead. profits way down because facebook is spending a lot of revenue to expand. no coal, is below 30? nicol
. the suit also names the central illinois school bus company at the cooperative for special education. i think as parents when you leave your children off to school or you leave your children to participate in a field trip you are in trusting those teachers in the school district to protect their well- being. parents of the child are alleging emotional distress seeking over $150,000 in damages the school district said in a statement they are not doing anything wrong, that it is the bus company. he loved his family, he was an entrepreneur, he was a coach. investigators hope this surveillance video will lead them to the person that killed this man. also no call from the hall some of baseball's biggest past stars. shut out of cooperstown today. a youth basketball coach and the father of five targeted, gunned down after turning his life around. the wife's emotional reaction to suddenly being a young widow. >> he had a family, he was in just a number at the medical examiner's office. on monday morning she lost her partner and husband, harold miner was the father of their five children he
' paychecks. it will hit illinois and is especially hard. >> is a double whammy. they're getting another tax hike, the 2 percent payroll tax. for a median house and come they might be saving 5000-ton thousand dollars a year. this is $2,100 less. while everybody is happy that the worst was avoided many are disgusted at how the entire ordeal turned up. the little guy is the ones suffering. >> i think it was really irresponsible by our government. both parties led us down. the issue of spending cuts still needs to be addressed within the next two months. they hope that goes a bit more smoothly. president obama asked lawmakers to do so with a little less trauma. no word yet on when a new law will be signed. he has left to return to his vacation in hawaii. victims of superstorm sandy will have to wait for the next session of congress to see if they'll get billions of dollars in federal aid. the house adjourned without voting on the 60-billion dollar relief legislation. the senate had already passed the bill. but with new members of congress being sworn in this month, the whole process will hav
it on the table. >> three of the robbery took place in less than three hours on wednesday. the illinois senate may vote next week on a bill to legalize gay marriage. the measure was endorsed by a senate committee yesterday. they adjourned their session because the bill's sponsor admits there was still not enough votes to pass it. they will return on tuesday for a special session. the gay marriage bill will also need to pass the state house. >> along package that the house approved this morning. and new report about how long some u.s. troops will stay in afghanistan. the teenage girl shot by militants finally gets out of the hospital. refunding is finally approved to help the battered northeast recover from superstore and sandy. house lawmakers passed a $10 billion aid package on the first full day of their new session. the bill had to the u.s. senate. and january 15th they will vote on an additional 51 billion. the storm battered the east coast. we back in october. gabrielle giffords was reportedly scheduled to visit new 10 conn today. she plans to meet privately with the families of victims
. glazing cars like these right here in iowa. this firefighter taking part in a rescue drill in illinois. tonight freezing rain moving eastward and ginger zee is here to talk about the monday morning commute. >> reporter: icing on a very cold winter cake. parts of the midwest are spliping and sliding through their sunday. from the treacherous roads in minnesota to difficult stops in springfield, illinois. in ames, iowa, it was a quarter inch of crunch. and the ice enveloped ranches and berries from iowa to southeast minnesota, where we find justin thompson gee. >> really weighing them down. we could see power outages don't. the ice will not let up until later tonight. >> reporter: do you hear that? that's sleet covering the ground in northern illinois. you couldn't see through the windows. prows were out in full force. at least 300 flights are canceled. and by tomorrow, so worthy of an instagram, will melt away. >> where is it headed now? >> just moving out of chicago, through parts of smiffing, into the mid atlantic. look at that ice, the purple color, north of it from new york to bosto
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